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... cross. Either side of the church are two beautiful old buildings with corner princess-like lookouts. One an onion capped dome, the other, a pointy cone. To my left another magical building with white cross sections and pebble render infills. A copper wind direction flag is it's crown while a grand wooden door at it's base, begs a inquisitor. Finally the protruding external tower on the building's left hides a ghost of ...
We're ready and rearing to go this morning. Beautiful weather! It sounds like it'll be a fabulous day. There's apricot schnapps tasting, wine tasting, beautiful scenery. We started off by riding into Krems old town. We helped the local economy by both buying a scarf. It's a pretty little town. We retraced our steps and then headed out on the cycle path. There were a few cars and cobblestones to contend with initially but not for too long. The first half of the 40 or so kms ...
We arrived in Melk just before breakfast. Melk is part of the Wachau River valley region and the section of the valley we go through is regarded as the prettiest river landscape on our cruise.
(Later) As we cruised into Melk, we could see the impressive Melk Abbey 130 feet above the Danube. Joy and I walked into Mel after breakfast and later, we were all taken by bus to the Abbey. The road wound around and up to the entrance which is ...
Today we finally escaped the rain!
This morning we docked in Melk, Austria. This is a very small town that is famous for it's Abbey. In fact, over half a million people come to Melk each year just to see the Abbey. We had a fantastic local tour guide named Wolfgang (we asked what his friends call him and he told us "Wolfie". Wolfgang actually attended the secondary school that is run by the Abbey and the classrooms are in the Abbey itself. What ...
... taking in views of the abbey from various angles and just enjoying the natural beauty of the gardens themselves. Once we were done in the gardens, we headed back towards our bikes to ride back to camp. It was a national holiday today so most shops were closed but we just happened to walk by a café/bakery that was open. I had just said a few minutes prior that I could easily go a day or two without patisseries but I had to eat my words as I was ...